It's arguably one of the best circuits on the calendar, the tight twisty streets on Monte Carlo are like no other circuit. The drivers love it, the fans love it! Hooking up a lap around here is vital for the race, so let's take a closer look at how to maximise a lap around the principality.
Imola is one of the most Iconic tracks in Formula One history, it has a history steeped in jubilation and tragedy. It was thought that the 3-mile track wouldn’t return to the F1 calendar, but in 2020, 14 years after its departure it’s back and makes up round 13 of the 2020 Formula 1 season.
It will be interesting to see how the current generation of cars handles the classic track, will overtaking be an issue? I suppose we can only wait and see as Formula 1 returns to Imola this weekend!
Mugello is the first of the handful of new circuits coming onto the F1 2020 calendar. In this video we take a look at Formula 1’s newest race track and have a hot lap around the 3.3 miles of Mugello onboard the Ferrari SF1000.
A circuit that is often referred to as Monaco with out the walls, it’s tight twisty and technical, it is of course the Hungaroring Circuit in Hungary which hosts round 3 of the Formula One 2020 Season. In this weeks circuit guide we take a closer look at a lap of the 2.7 mile Hungaroring Circuit and what I’ll be keeping a close eye on once the racing gets under way this weekend.
F1 is back at the Nürburgring! It’s been 7 years since Formula One raced at the iconic circuit located in western Germany, over 50% of the grid haven’t raced here and when you add that with the unpredictable weather we could be in for a real treat this weekend with the Eifel Grand Prix.
Istanbul Park is BACK! It’s always been a favorite with the fans and drivers! Turkey returns to the Formula 1 calendar after a 9-year hiatus having last races here back in 2011. This will only be the 7th time we’ve raced here since the circuit opened in 2005. This week we’re going to be taking a look at the amazing 3.3-mile circuit whist going on board with Redbull’s Max Verstappen and the RB16.
The 2020 season just keeps on giving! It’s another brand new track, this time the 2.89 miles of the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve also known as the Portimão Circuit. Located in southern Portugal the Portimão Circuit, like Mugello, is a circuit that has never seen a Formula One World Championship event. Although it did host the Winter Testing of the F1 2008-09 shortly after the circuit opened back in October 2008. With the long sweeping corners and massive elevation change the racing around the Portimão Circuit could be really close and interesting!